and flip-flop bracelets from walmart. >> it is really nasty metal to put in jewelry. >> prices have dropped, making it a cheaper option in manufacturing. not to mention, using the metal is not specifically prohibited. china's products safety commission pledges to investigate. in the meantime, the u.s. is launching an investigation of its own, and circulating the warning. >> i would highly encourage all of you to ensure that toy manufacturers and childr's product manufacturers in your country are not substituting cadmium in place of lead. >> in more than trace amounts, it is illegal, but not banned from jewelry. experts say that if you have suspicious toys, return them, but don't throw them away.